Monthly Archives: July 2016

Presbyterian Church Government – Reformation Forum

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Church Hierarchies: Usually Man-Made Institutions

Who was the apostle Thomas accountable to when he went out as a missionary to India? What about the other eleven apostles? You might think it was James and the church of Jerusalem (Acts 12:17; 15:13-29), but before we overstretch … Continue reading

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Hyper-Grace Documentary – Holy Bible Prophecy

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Review of “Death of a Salesman” (1951)

In the 1951 movie version of Death of a Salesman, we see a well thought out critique of the sales profession (and also a level of ignorance perhaps by those who think they know what sales is all about); and … Continue reading

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Am I Being “Opinionated” or Just Biblical?

I’ve spoken with some people before, who, in the course of expressing Biblical views–usually revolving around morals and ethics about sin (which they themselves are still indulging in)–they have said that I should stop expressing my opinions or simply just … Continue reading

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Romans 13: Respecting the Government and Expressing Biblical Love

In 13:1-7, the apostle Paul describes how and why Christians are to respect and submit to the government. In 13:8-14, he describes Biblical love as a spirit (5:5) that tries not to harm people, but rather expresses itself by obeying … Continue reading

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The Gospel of Grace – Mike Bickle

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Prophecy Since The Third Century – Bruce Yocum

This is extracted from Bruce Yocum’s Prophecy, pp. 9-10. It is clear that since the third century prophecy has been neither continuously manifest in particular churches, nor common to the whole church at any one time. There have been, however, … Continue reading

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The Puritan View of Quaker Prophecy in the 1600s

A reading and charismatic evaluation of John Brown of Wamphray’s Quakerisme: The Path-Way to Paganisme, chapter 3: “Of Inward and Immediat Revelations” – here Brown is refuting Robert Barclay’s Apology who was a Quaker universalist, and sadly not a good … Continue reading

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The Law and Its Third Use – Rev. John Tweeddale

Westminster Confession, chapter 19: “Of the Law of God” I. God gave to Adam a law, as a covenant of works, by which He bound him and all his posterity, to personal, entire, exact, and perpetual obedience, promised life upon … Continue reading

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